Around 1958, Morris & Stone replaced the Morestone Motorcycles with a new casting ready for the launch of the Budgie Toys range. These were used for the AA and RAC Motorcycle Patrols and the four Solo Motorcycles. Unlike their coloured predecessors, the Solo models were issued in a bright chrome finish with plastic riders. The third of these was the GPO Telegraph Boy.
The Series 1 model was chrome-plated all over with unpainted metal wheels and black tyres. 'Made in England' was cast on the left side below the seat. The plastic rider was blue with a red helmet, black gloves and boots. The face was painted pink.
Boxes for the Telegraph Boy utilised the old Morestone Series (Morris & Stone) design at first but with the number '456/G.P.O' added to the end-flap details. Later, when Guiterman took over ownership, the end-flaps were changed to read 'Made in England by a member of the Guiterman Group of Companies No.456/GPO'.
Eventually the Morestone boxes were replaced by yellow 'Budgie Models' ones which carried a picture of a Series 1 model with the number and name on the end-flaps (B1).
In 1964 the model was upgraded to a new casting of a Triumph motorcycle. This continued to be chrome-plated with unpainted metal wheels and black tyres. The rider remained blue plastic with a red helmet and black gloves and boots.
Boxes for the Series 2 GPO Telegraph Boy were the same yellow 'Budgie Models' boxes as Series 1 (B1), and the illustration continued to show the Series 1 model.